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america on alert. authorities take steps to keep force with the july celebration safe after a terror warning from the department of homeland security. a wall of fire. we were ready. we had a car packed up with some essentials and we beat it out of here. >> firefighters in washington hope for relief today after wildfires destroyed dozens of homes forcing more than a thousand people to flee. debt deadline. greece has a default. the cash-wrapped country is likely to miss a bailout payment today league leading to uncertain future for the country and uncertainty for stock markets around the world. and flags bite. the debate over the confederate flag gets heated and physical outside of south carolina's state capital.
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this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, june 30th, 2015. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm alison harmelin for allege. federal authorities have issued a bullet alerting local official to the threat. hannah daniels is here in new york with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, alison. the chatter of a possible attack has terror experts on high alert. they are warning all law enforcement officials to be prepared and vigilant this independence weekend. in "the new york times" one of the biggest fireworks sflas is set to take place, officials will keep an eye in the air and on the ground. >> there will be a very robust deployment of both patrol resources, playing close
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resources, technology. >> reporter: sources tell wcbs they will use cameras to monitor the festivities and manhole covers will be welded in place. a bullet last week urging members of law enforcement to remain vigilant to prevent a possible terror attack on u.s. soil. >> i would say that this is the most serious level of threat that i've seen since september 11th. >> joo>> reporter: federal officials there is no threat. >> i think one of the reasons they are so successful just because they are perceived to have the momentum. they are perceived to be winning. >> reporter: on monday, this man was charged with providing material support to isis. according to the criminal complaint, addai bought a plane tick for his brother to fly overseas to join the terror
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group. if convicted he faces up to 20 years in prison. this threat comes a week after attacks in tunisia, france and kuwait. >> thank you, hannah. >> reporter: firefighters in washington state are battling a wind-blown wildfire that has already destroyed two dozen homes. the out of control fire has burned some 4,000 acres near and in the town of winache, 20 miles northeast of seattle. the wildfire scorched homes before firefighters could react and hundreds were forced to evacuate. >> it was intense. large embers blowing everywhere roofs catching on fire vegetation around the house just spreading from house-to-house. >> reporter: wind-blown burning embers set a warehouse on fire and three firefighters suffered minor injuries but no residents have been hurt. in california a wildfire broke out yesterday afternoon about 150 miles north of los angeles. the smoky fire is contained but burned over 300 acres.
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no buildings have been burned and there are no injuries reported but some evacuation orders remain this morning. this morning, the immediately threat overseas is the greek economy. today, the main part of greece's bailout deal expires and with no agreement in site tempers are rising throughout europe. greece is out of money and it's cut off by its creditors. the crisis sent stocks on wall street to their biggest losses of the year yesterday. the loss wiped out all of the gains for this year. dow and the s&p are down and stock markets in asia saw steep losses before rebounding. holly joins is by the phone. >> reporter: good morning. today is also the day that greece was to make a payment to the international monetary fund of 1.8 billion dollars, a payment it cannot make. leaving his office on monday night, the greek prime minister alexis tsipras was defiant and he has called for a national referendum for sunday. greeks will be asked to vote on
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bailout deal that calls for more cutbacks and tsipras is encouraging them to vote no. at a rally yesterday, thousands of greeks said they agree with their prime minister. they have enough of european mandated austerity. >> we weren't pleased and nothing more. nothing else. this is humiliating. >> reporter: with the greek banking system and stock markets shot down greeks rushed to grab what money they could, withdrawing $1.5 billion from their accounts on friday. no vote on sunday's referendum could be the final nail in the coffin when it comes to greece remaining in the eurozone. that would be traumatic. alison? >> holly williams for us in athens, greece, thank you so much, holly. at least 20 people were killed when an indonesian cargo
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plane crashed. it went down shortly after taking off in northern indonesia. 12 crew members were on board. the pilot made a turn and crashed into acl. this morning, thedeadline to reach a deal is today but a senior u.s. official says the talks on a comprehensive nuclear agreement will continue. secretary of state john kerry continued to negotiate yesterday. after yesterday, u.s. officials said they were nowhere near a deal. we are learning how two convicts escaped prison. one of the men is talking. two prison employees had been charged with helping the two convicts escape. gene palmer appeared in court yesterday and admits to giving the two tools but didn't know about their escape plans.
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>> reporter: david sweat said he and fellow inmate richard matt had to improvise when their get-away driver didn't show up june 6th. he said it was for joyce mitchell to drive them for mexico but mitchell had a panic attack to sweat and matt took off toward canada. >> they took off. >> reporter: sweat told police the pair split about a week ago because matt was slow. a border patrol agent shot and killed matt friday. on sunday a new york state police sergeant spotted sweat and shot him twice in the torso. about a mile and a half from the canadian border. investigators hope to get more information more information out of sweat in the coming days. the republican presidential field is expected to get more crowded today. chris christie is expected to kick off a presidential run at
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his high school. a sharply divided supreme court has upheld the use of a controversial drug during executions. the court voted 5-4. the justices decided its use does not violate the prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment. several skugsexecutions with the drug took much longer. two justices say for the first time that the death penalty may be unconstitutional. justice stephen breyer along with ruth bader ginsburg write, quote. the court also temporarily blocked part of a texas abortion law. it would have closed most abortion clinics in the state. the justices voted 5-4 to grant an emergency appeal for abortion providers. the decision could be a signal that the court is preparing to hear a full appeal. that would be its biggest
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charleston church massacre. >> just because nine people lost their lives in a church in charleston which i'm not downplaying at all still a tragedy, has nothing to do with that flag standing up there. >> that flag does not deserve to fly at all in south carolina. we want it down because we think it's disrespectful to us. >> reporter: campaigning in south carolina republican presidential candidate jeb bush says the flag should come down. he recalled moving it from florida's capitol grounds when he was governor. >> the symbols that have divided the south in many ways the symbols that were used in most recent modern history, not a at perhaps the beginning of the time but the symbols were racist. >> a survey of south carolina lawmakers appears to show enough support to take it down. the vote needs two-thirds majority of senators and house members. straight ahead, a half-baked idea. retail giant walmart comes under fire for making a cake with an isis flag. nbc tells donald trump,
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liquid to accelerate the flames. video shows smoke filling the cabin as passengers struggle to get out. local media reports say a second person was in cardiac arrest and several others were injured. the train had a thousand passengers on and made an emergency stop on its way to tokyo. one of the strictest evacuation laws in that country is waiting for the california governor this morning. lawmakers passed the measure on monday requiring all public school students to be immunized. only children with serious health issues could opt out. governor jerry brown has 12 days to sign the bill. donald trump's controversial comments about mexican immigrants are prompting more boycotts this morning. spanish language media companies are cutting ties. that word comes on the heels of nbc dropping trump's pageant saying it will no longer air its
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. oregon fire officials this morning are investigating the cause of a spectacular blaze that engulfed a stadium in
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eugene. the flames gutted the building. smoke was visible for miles. the wooden stadium was built during the great depression. on the cbs "moneywatch" a new way to stream music and walmart apologizes for a controversial cake. jill is here with more. >> reporter: good morning, alison. this morning a new player in the subscription music business apple. the new streaming music service will be available as part of an update for its ios software and apple hopes to attract many of the millions of i tune music viewers to the service. eligible for overtime. writing in an op-ed piece for "the huffington post," the president urges salary workers would be eligible for o.t. by next year. that is more than double the current level. an estimated wages for some 5 million americans. the proposed changes in the labor department rules can be
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enacted through regulation with congressional approval. a woman who sued her wall street boss for sexual harassment was awarded $18 million by a federal jury. in an 850 million dollar suit hanna bovine accused benjamin way of forcing her into sexual encounters and then fired her when he found out she had a boyfriend. way, the owner of the new york global group, denied ever having sex with bovine. the national football league has a new official automotive sponsor. hyundai. it replaces general motors. gm spent about $25 million a year for the right. the deal gives hyundai to use nfl trademarks in its marketing and nfl event. customers are less satisfied with fast food restaurants according to a just released survey. established fast food eateries like mcdonald's and burger king and mcdonald's and wendy's got
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the lowest scores in years. pizza chain suffered huge customer dissatisfaction losses. dunkin doughnuts is the only fast food chain to improve on customer satisfaction this year. walmart is accused of making a cake with an isis flag. a man ordered the cake at a louisiana walmart after his request for a confederate flag was rejected. walmart said in a statement, an associate did not know what the design meant and made a mistake. we apologize. alison? >> maybe they should stick to happy birthday? jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thank you, jill. in sports team usa can move into the women's world cup finals with a win tonight. the second ranked americans face the only team ranked higher than them, number one germany. the two teams have met four times in the world cup and each time, the winner has gone on to win the tournament.
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serena williams has a shot at making tennis history the next two weeks. she kicked off her bid to win her sixth title at wimbledon on monday. after a slow start, she won in two sets. williams has won the first two majors of 215 and is trying to become the first woman to win all four grand slam events in one year since 1988. cleveland indians pitcher cody anderson flirts with history. he takes a perfect game into the seventh inning but it's spoiled when tampa bay's grady sizemore hits a home run. anderson settled for a 7-1 win, his first big league victory. coming up on "cbs this morning," the latest on the wildfires in washington. plus nascar champ jeff gordon and best selling author james patterson. i'm alison harmelin and this is the "cbs morning news."
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a california woman is recovering after giving birth in the wood. amber pangborn got lost driving to her mother's house. stranded she put a sleeping bag in the back seat of her car. >> the next contraction, i just pushed and, like i think two contractions and two pushes and reached over and grabbed the handle where, you know above
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the window and i pushed her out and then she came she came out. >> for three days she survived on some soda water and three apples. on saturday, she started a fire. fire crews discovered her and her baby a few hours later. mom and daughter are expected to make a full recovery. today, we get a little extra time. it's an extra second known as leap second. official atomic clocks will adjust to the earth's rotation down a bit. the 26th time an extra second has been tacked on to a day since 1967. in europe fruit is getting a face-lift and it could be coming to the united states. >> reporter: shoppers have to look twice before even noticing. >> that looks good. i like that. >> reporter: fruits once weighed down by the frumpy stickers now support a sleeker look called the laser label. >> this is not any more. it's a medicallian that has its own mark. >> reporter: stefan merit says labels are edged on to fruits
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using a dye that is safe and won't break the skin. >> on each of these melon have their own number and traceability number. >> reporter: an idea born out of an identity crisis of sorts when a piece of fruit loses its sticker you can't trace it back to where it was grown. merit says grocers pass off cheap fruit as organic. he says laser labels protect against that and stop shoppers from cheating the system. >> shoppers were switching labels and that happens more than we think. >> reporter: not everyone like the new look. >> you don't play around with fruit. keep it normal. >> reporter: european regulators disagree. they are allowing lasered fruit in france spain and poland with more countries lining up with this taste of the future. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," an update on the wildfires in washington state. we will take you live to the scene. plus more on california's tough
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vaccination bill. ricky cleman will tell us what means for parents and for kids. and nascar driver jeff gordon will join us in the studio to take about his end of his racing career. that is it for the "cbs morning news." i'm alison harmelin. have a great day.
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breaking news this morning, casualties are rising after indonesian air force plane crashes into a residential neighborhood. we new information, and video just into us. >> also, two people shot overnight, in west oaklane one of them, a pregnant woman. a live report on what happened and the condition of the victim. well he's finley making it official, after months of wondering whether he will run or not, new jersey governor, chris christie, is expected to throw his hat in the presidential ring today. >> it is tuesday june 30th good morning i'm ukee washington. >> i'm err can von tiehl. can you believe it is the last day of june already? let's get your check on traffic and weather together. >> starting off things pretty quiet, typical construction zones, we will be running into some showers possibly.


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